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Remembering: Is it better to remember or to forget?
Posted by Sylvan Sylph, Sep 21, 2008. 1938 views. ID = 1787

Remembering

Posted by Sylvan Sylph, Sep 21, 2008. 1938 views. ID = 1787
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Your smile was brilliant, shining so brightly from your darkly tanned face. You honeyed curls fell loosely across your forehead, carefully careless. Sea green eyes that verged on blue met mine in an unflinching gaze. I miss this. I miss you. You always made me want to smile in return. The sun shone brighter on you. You believed in me. I believed in you. The world was a better place with us together. Life was in our grasp. All we had to do was take one another's hand, and nothing could stop us. The sun would just keep shining, and the waves keep rolling in.

But the storms clouds are gathering on the horizon. The thunder rolls in the distance. Lightning flashes. In a moment you are gone. My world goes dark. There is so much to remember, so much to forget.

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This post has been awarded 20 stars by 5 readers.
This post is Part 3 of a writing series titled Losing You, Missing You. The next part of this series can be found here: September Moon.




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